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Fairlawn, a green gem in Anacostia, seeks to stay family-friendly amid change

WHERE WE LIVE | New bridge, new park and new development in a historic neighborhood.
  • 4 days ago

Northeast D.C.’s Edgewood neighborhood keeps its transformation going

WHERE WE LIVE | New housing and family-friendly amenities in a place once known for violent crime.
  • Jun 9

In Fairfax County, a lakeside community gets its hooks into residents

WHERE WE LIVE | Lake Barcroft offers beaches, boating and a close-knit community.
  • Jun 2

Once Arlington’s ‘Little Saigon,’ Clarendon has become a pricey place to live

WHERE WE LIVE | The neighborhood that once welcomed refugees hangs on to some traditions as housing prices soar.
  • May 5

Lake Arbor in Prince George’s County prepares for change but remains tightknit

WHERE WE LIVE | A health-care hub is coming to a community that has always been a magnet for Black professionals.

Woodland Normanstone is a quiet enclave in a green, affluent corner of D.C.

WHERE WE LIVE | The Northwest Washington neighborhood has big houses, big prices and an international flavor.

No Metro station, but Shirlington has culture, dining, biking — and a very popular dog park

WHERE WE LIVE | The Arlington neighborhood’s urban feel, closeness to D.C. and affordable housing draw buyers.

A village becomes the Villages in the fast-growing area of Urbana, Md.

WHERE WE LIVE | The community has many fans — and some critics worried about what is being crowded out.

In D.C.’s Brightwood Park, a residential feel amid commercial growth

WHERE WE LIVE | The Northwest neighborhood offers tree-lined streets and a developing business corridor.

Once slated to become an airport, Burke, Va., took off as a family-friendly suburb

WHERE WE LIVE | The Fairfax community is known for amenities and convenient commutes.

Silver Spring’s Woodside Park: An older suburb holds on to its pastoral vision

WHERE WE LIVE | The conveniently situated, parklike neighborhood lives up to its name.

In D.C.’s Southwest Waterfront, the past lives with a glitzy new present

WHERE WE LIVE | The neighborhood tries to remain diverse even as new housing, stores and restaurants proliferate.

In Alexandria, Landmark-Van Dorn looks to become more than ‘Condo Canyon’

WHERE WE LIVE | A mall redevelopment plan may bring a more walkable, vibrant community.

Wilde Lake, in Columbia, Md., where divisions fade and literature abides

WHERE WE LIVE | The village was the first of 10 built as part of James Rouse’s famed planned community.
  • Feb 24

D.C.’s Manor Park defined by a long-standing spirit of togetherness

WHERE WE LIVE | Neighborhood offers a village feel with plenty of city conveniences.

Arlington’s century-old Lyon Park holds on to its historical feel

WHERE WE LIVE | Close-knit community boasts eclectic architecture and an easy commute to D.C.

Lyttonsville, one of Montgomery’s oldest neighborhoods, braces for change

WHERE WE LIVE | Diverse area in west Silver Spring to be a stop on the Purple Line.

Once a rural village, D.C.’s Mount Pleasant now an ‘oasis in the city’

WHERE WE LIVE | The area at the edge of Rock Creek Park is known for its diversity and eclectic vibe.

In Great Falls, Va., a close-knit community surrounded by nature

WHERE WE LIVE | Along with parks, the area along the Potomac offers plenty of history.
  • Jan 20

Ijamsville may lack urban amenities but it makes up for it with history, golf and a thriving real estate market

WHERE WE LIVE | The sprawling community in Frederick County is home to farmers and affluent homeowners.
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